We’ve teamed up with Boost Juice Australia and oranged to bring you something fruity. 4 bitcoins and 4 winners in 4 weeks. Every week, there’s a grand prize of 1 Bitcoin up for grabs.
There are some things that are part and parcel of the Australian holiday season: barbeques, hot weather (unless you’re in Melbourne), and bank delays. If you’re looking to make an instant CoinJar deposit over the festive period, you can visit one of over 1200 local newsagents to do this.
Released in 2014, the TREZOR marked the beginning of the Bitcoin hardware wallet. Produced by Satoshi Labs, the TREZOR could not only store Bitcoin independently of your computer, but could do so while maintaining the functionality of a traditional web wallet. Thus, the TREZOR was the precursor to the many different hardware wallets we now see on the market.
The most common way to store and interface with the Bitcoin network is either by using software running locally on your computer or provided by a web service like CoinJar. Web-based bitcoin clients allow for greater flexibility around multiple devices and locations, and may come bundled with additional features such as customer support, digital currency exchange or even a debit card.
I’ve bought a lot of stuff with bitcoin. Coffee, groceries, clothes… all very necessary but also quite ordinary. Last week, I signed up for a membership at Hubud, a co-working
When Tatiana dropped by Melbourne for The Bitcoin Address in November, it was a great excuse for a girls’ night out – but with bitcoin! I met Tatiana right outside Grumpy’s
This Christmas season, we’re asking you to choose between man’s best friend, and man’s best invention. The Puppies vs Computers Christmas donation drive started because of the CoinJar team’s passion
On 28 November, we made a submission to the Australian Senate Economics References Committee for the Inquiry into an appropriate framework for digital currencies. In our submission, we asked the Senate
We were lucky enough to host international speakers Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Pamela Morgan and Tatiana Moroz at Australia’s largest Bitcoin meetup for 2014, The Bitcoin Address. The free and open-to-public
Wherever you are in the world, we’d like to invite you to join the global bitcoin conversation with international guru Andreas M. Antonopoulos through livestream and Twitter #TBA14. Andreas will